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Parkland Needs Study | Draft

Parkland Needs Study Phases

The draft of the Parkland Needs Study has been completed and can be viewed below:

The study was conducted to explore ways to improve the parks in the Town of Mono. We appreciate the feedback that everyone has provided to date and below are the next steps for the study and additional ways to stay involved: 

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June 4th - 15th
Written Comments about the draft plan are welcome. Please forward any comments to [email protected] with the subject line: Parkland Needs Study

June 11th 
6:30pm to 8:30pm there will be an Open House at Monora Pavilion in which questions and comments regarding the draft plan are welcome. For more information about the Open House, view the document below:

June 15th
The last day for written comments

June 26th
Council Meeting - Presentation of the Mono Parkland Needs Study to Council 

Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 9:00am
Monday, June 11, 2018 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Hazardous & Electronic Waste Event | June 23

The Hazardous & Electronic Waste Event is this Saturday (June 23rd) at the Orangeville Operations Centre (500 C Line, Orangeville). 

Hazardous wastes and electronics contain substances that can be harmful to human health and the environment. It is important to keep these materials of out the landfill.

Hazardous Waste Event June 23

















Examples of Hazardous Wastes

  • Household chemicals & cleaning products
  • Gasoline & other fuels
  • Used motor oil & filters
  • Batteries (all types)
  • Paints
  • Pharmaceuticals, syringes, expired medications & vitamins
  • Compact fluorescent (CFL) bulbs
  • Lighters & lighter fluid
  • Fertilizer, pesticides, & herbicides

Examples of Electronic Wastes

  • Computers
  • Phones and household electronics (lamps, microwaves, toasters and other small appliances)
  • Cameras
  • Electric toothbrushes
  • Electric tools (power tools, leaf blowers, lawn mowers, vacuums)
  • Home entertainment equipment (TVs, receivers, game consoles and catridges)

For more information, visit the Dufferin County Hazardous and Electronic Waste page. 

Saturday, June 23, 2018 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Dufferin County | Flood Survey

Flood Survey
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Dufferin County, in partnership with the Red Cross and the University of Waterloo, is conducting a Flood Risk Communications survey. The purpose of the survey is to understand how people in flood prone areas want to be advised of flood risks and what they can do to protect themselves and their families. 

Take the survey and let your voice be heard:

Dufferin County Flood Survey

The survey will be conducted from June 8 to June 30, 2018. If you are unable to complete the survey online, please call Dufferin County at 519-941-2816, ext. 2400. 

For more information, please see the original release: Flood Risk Survey Press Release

Friday, June 8, 2018 (All day) to Saturday, June 30, 2018 (All day)

COPA for Kids | Aviation Program

Become a Junior Aviator! 

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Have you ever wanted to know what it’s like to fly? Have you ever dreamt of being a pilot? If you are between ages 8 -17 you can come out and go on a flight with one of the volunteer pilots absolutely free.

You will board a private plane with an experienced aviator. They will demonstrate how to safely taxi, takeoff, manoeuvre and land the airplane.

Bring a parent or guardian and come out to enjoy a morning of flying, activities, hot dogs, watching planes take off and land. Coffee will be available for the parents too. 


Edenvale Aerodrome, Stayner
Sat. July 21st
Registrations starts at 8:30am
Borden Flying Club, COPA Flight #84


Ground school begins at 09:00 with the first flight taking place at 9:15. Please check in 15 minutes prior to your selected time so we can verify all forms are completed correctly and the waiver is signed.

For more information, visit


Saturday, July 21, 2018 - 8:30am

Pond Checks - Headwater Streams Committee

Bringing Ponds to Life

The Headwater Streams Committee is offering free Pond Checks to Mono residents that want to learn more about maintaining healthy pond environments. Knowledgeable volunteers assess the ponds and will provide suggestions for improvement, resources and possible funding for tree planting. This can help to reduce the impact of on-stream dams (fish migration, water quality). 








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Headwater Streams Committee LogoTo learn more about the Headwater Streams Committee or to arrange for a Pond Check for your property, email [email protected]



Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 3:00pm

Candidate Training Session

Candidate Training Session
Presented by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs for the Municipalities of Dufferin County

The Ministry of Municipal Affairs will be conducting two free Candidate Training Sessions for potential candidates and third-party advertisers on Thursday, June 28, 2018:

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2pm to 4pm
Grace Tipling Hall
Shelburne Town Hall
203 Main Street East


7pm to 9pm 
Orangeville Town Hall
Council Chambers
87 Broadway

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Topics to be discussed include:

  • Roles and responsibilities of elected officials, staff, and third-party advertisers
  • Eligibility rules
  • Nomination process
  • Compliance audit
  • Voters' list and voting proxy
  • Scrutineers
  • Recounts
  • Resources

If you require further information, please contact your municipal Clerk's Office: 

Region Email Phone
Town of Grand Valley [email protected] (519) 928-5652
Town of Mono [email protected] (519) 941-3599, x226
Town of Orangeville [email protected]  (519) 941-0440, x2242
Town of Shelburne [email protected] (519) 925-2600, x223
Township of Amaranth [email protected]  (519) 941-1007
Township of East Garafraxa [email protected]  (519) 928-5298
Township of Melancthon [email protected]  (519) 925-5525
Township of Mulmur [email protected] (705) 466-3341
Thursday, June 28, 2018 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Thursday, June 28, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Imagine Headwaters Campaign Gets Council Support

At the May 10th meeting of County Council the CEO of Headwaters Health Care Centre presented information about the Imagine Headwaters Campaign. 

An integral part of the Imagine Headwaters Campaign is seeking the public's feedback to help plan for the future of your community hospital. In an effort to better understand the needs of the community the hospital is asking everyone to help identify what they can do better to help care for the wellness of you and your family? 

Warden Mills and Council are encouraging everyone to complete the anonymous survey or share their thoughts on the future of our community hospital by email. 







Take the Survey:
Visit Imagine Headwaters Online: 
Email Your Ideas: [email protected]

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 8:45am

Mono Nordic Trail Run

A long time Mono Nordic Ski Club racer, Alexander Maycock, recently brought forth the idea to host a Mono Nordic trail running race at Park. As a ski racer at Mono Nordic for over 8 years, the 18 year old has had the privilege of racing all across North America and parts of Europe, including Austria and Switzerland.Alexander This past winter, he reached a big goal by earning a Canadian National Championship gold medal in the team sprint event at the 2018 Canadian Ski Nationals
in Thunder Bay. In addition to his early University ski racing success, he represented Orangeville District Secondary School earning two OFSAA Championship titles.

Alexander has big goals ahead of him including to represent Canada at the FISU World University Games in March of 2019 in Russia and 2021 in Switzerland. He has goals of representing Canada at the World Junior Championships and World Under 23 Championships to eventually ski for Canada on the World Cup Circuit and at the Olympics in 2022, 2026 and 2030. Alexander has dedicated about 8 years of consistent training to Nordic skiing, and this year he has plans to train over 650 hours in order to work towards his ambitious, yet achievable goals. The cost of this training will be significant. His 2018-2019 ski year will cost him over $10, 000. 

The Town Council supports Alexander Maycock’s ambitions to be named to Canada’s Olympic Team and have waived the $216 rental fee for the Monora Park multipurpose room. The $95 rental fee for the Monora Park grounds has also been waived for the purpose of holding the “Mono Nordic Trail Run.” The "Mono Nordic Trail Race" is a fundraising event to support Alexander Maycock and will take place on Saturday, August 4, 2018. 

Alexander and Town Council

To view the proposal and learn more about the Mono Nordic Trail Run, please see the correspondence from Todd Taylor, President of the Mono Nordic Ski Club below: 

Saturday, August 4, 2018 (All day)

Notice: Opening of the Mono Landfill Site for Tree and Brush Debris

The Town of Mono’s landfill site, located at 795261 3rd Line (between Mono Centre Road and 25 Sideroad) will be open to residents on the following dates:

  • Wed. June 13 from 9am - 1pmLandfill Opening
  • Sat. June 16 from 8am - 3pm
  • Wed. June 20 from 9am - 1pm
  • Sat. June 23 from 8am - 3pm

No Garbage Will Be Allowed

This service is being provided to Town of Mono residents only. The landfill is being opened for the disposal of tree and brush debris. 

Town of Mono Fire Permits can be picked up at the Municipal Office or are available online:

Alternatively, residents can follow the guidelines of the County of Dufferin Leaf and Yard Waste Program found at:

Wednesday, June 13, 2018 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Saturday, June 16, 2018 - 8:00am to 3:00pm
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - 9:00am to 1:00pm
Saturday, June 23, 2018 - 8:00am to 3:00pm

Dufferin Municipalities - Compliance Audit Committee Applicants

Dufferin Municipalities Are Seeking Applicants for Compliance Audit Committee

The Towns of Grand Valley, Mono, Orangeville and Shelburne and the Townships of Amaranth, East Garafraxa, Melancthon and Mulmur are currently seeking interested applicants for appointment to a Compliance Audit Committee for the 2018 Municipal Election.

The purpose of a Compliance Audit Committee is to:

  • Consider compliance audit applications made by electors and decide whether they should be granted or rejected
  • Appoint an auditor if the application is granted
  • Receive the auditor’s report
  • Consider the auditor’s report and decide if legal proceedings should be commenced, 
  • Determine whether to recover the costs of conducting the compliance audit from the applicant if the auditor’s report indicates there were no apparent contraventions and if there were no reasonable grounds for the application
  • Consider reports from the Municipal Clerk that identifies contributors who appear to have contravened any of the contribution limits for the election and decide whether legal proceedings should be commenced

Applicants shall have:

  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of, or a willingness and aptitude to learn and understand, the campaign financing rules of the Municipal Elections Act, 1996, 
  • Proven analytical and decision-making skills
  • Experience working on committees, task forces or similar working groups
  • Demonstrated knowledge of quasi-judicial proceedings, or a willingness and aptitude to learn
  • Availability and willingness to attend meetings in any of the participating municipalities  (daytime and/or evenings)
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

Members of Council, municipal staff or candidates running for office in the 2018 municipal election are not eligible to be appointed to a Committee.  Should an appointed member accept employment with any of the participating municipality or register as a candidate with the participating municipalities, their appointment will be terminated.

All Committee members must agree in writing that they will not volunteer or work for or provide professional services or advice to any candidate running for municipal office within the relevant municipality.

The term of the Committee is concurrent with the term of Council (December 1, 2018 to November 15, 2022).  Municipal Election Candidates have until March 29, 2019 to file their Financial Statements for the reporting period ending December 31, 2018.  Any requests for a Compliance Audit will occur after that date. A by-election could result in the need for the Compliance Audit Committee to sit during the term of Council.

An application and Terms of Reference are available from participating municipalities’ websites and Clerk’s Departments.

Last date for submission of applications: Friday, June 22, 2018, 4:30 p.m.

If you require further information, please contact your municipal Clerk.

Region Email Phone
Town of Grand Valley [email protected] (519) 928-5652
Town of Mono [email protected] (519) 941-3599, x226
Town of Orangeville [email protected]  (519) 941-0440, x2242
Town of Shelburne [email protected] (519) 925-2600, x223
Township of Amaranth [email protected]  (519) 941-1007
Township of East Garafraxa [email protected]  (519) 928-5298
Township of Melancthon [email protected]  (519) 925-5525
Township of Mulmur [email protected] (705) 466-3341
Monday, May 7, 2018 (All day) to Friday, June 22, 2018 (All day)


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